17 Harnwood Road occupies a generous corner plot in one of the best addresses in the City. Constructed in the 1960's, the house is beautifully light with glazed internal doors and large picture window making the most of the
views over the well tended gardens.
A much loved family home since the 1970's, the property has been well maintained and improved with gas fired
central heating, double glazing and a modern fitted kitchen; the house also offers excellent potential for extension (subject to the necessary consents).
The easily run accommodation has a pleasing, sociable layout and the rooms are well proportioned. The recently
replaced double glazed entrance door opens to the hall, which has a practical tiled floor and door to the rear
courtyard, there is also a ground floor cloakroom.
Glazed doors open to the Sitting/Dining Room, a decent L-shaped room, warmed by a gas fire set in a brick fireplace
and having patio doors opening to a secluded patio, making it an ideal room in which to relax throughout the
seasons. A lovely wide window affords views of the garden, and the Dining Area conveniently opens to the Kitchen.
Fitted with a range of units, the kitchen looks out towards the City and has a distant view of the Cathedral spire.
There is a built in larder and useful back lobby with meter cupboard and understairs cupboard.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, all with fitted storage and a family bathroom with shower bath.
The drive offers private parking and leads to the detached garage which has an up and over door, side door and
The very pretty garden has been carefully planted to provide interest and privacy. Gently terraced lawns are
surrounded by many varied flowering shrubs and trees, including Lilac, Viburnum and Prunus, to name but a few,
underplanted with many spring bulbs and herbaceous plants to ensure that the colour continues throughout the
seasons. The secluded paved patio provides the perfect spot to sit and there is a garden shed for equipment storage.
Harnham is a popular residential area of Salisbury and,
from its position, on the southern side of the City, footpaths and cycleways lead across the water meadows into theCity centre. Harnham has a good range of local amenities including a church, store, pub, school and recreation ground. The City centre, with its mainline station to Waterloo, is easily accessible and there are a number of highly regarded schools, both state and private, within easy reach and the surrounding countryside is well known for its